This week has indeed been mental and we've had to pace ourselves! Seekers is rapidly growing with a steady flow of young people volunteering their time to gain valuable work experience opportunities working on our trails!
Thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund we have one team off on a sailing adventure around the solent with our friends from the Morning Star Trust.
We continue working on our My Dog Sighs trail with our Highbury College team. We're busy delegating our social media so Keep your eyes peeled for our young content creators work!
We look forward to catching up with our very own trail guides #SeekerRainbowLady Freya Perry and Memories of bygone Portsmouth. Founder JJ Marshallsay to record a tour of our #SpiceIslandTrail
Applications to join our team are coming in thick and fast from University of Portsmouth Careers and Employability Service and we are working on ways to develop our recruitment process.
Upcoming - On Friday we met with Samuel T. Reddy to look at ways we can support his daughter Alyssia with her awesome project The SugarCane Boy Next week we've been invited to sit on the Sea Cadets judging panel with our friends from Citizan for their young peoples ‘Walking Into History’ trail making competition we've been collaborating on.
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Spice Island Trail
Spice Island in Old Portsmouth is a very special place and from the time it was first inhabited in the early 17th century has been one of the most vibrant and interesting areas of Portsmouth with its rich maritime history.